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Question How to orally administer MMS to a dog?

17 Dec 2014 12:59 #48496 by BruceNarla
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Hi All,

What are your experiences of successful oral administering of MMS to dogs and what was the alignment?

Thanks.

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17 Dec 2014 15:14 #48498 by Horsefeathers
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You can use a needless syringe but it doesn't always go well. Bad taste even to dogs, plus you need water to go with it. One ounce of water for every drop of MMS. It adds up to a lot when you get to the bigger dogs. A lot of people, myself included, use broth in their feed bowl and get it down that way. Or if you need to, canned dog food thinned right down or whatever works for you.
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17 Dec 2014 20:04 #48499 by CLO2
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Usually the MMS1 "bad taste" is caused by using 50% citric acid as the activator. If you use 4% HCL you will notice a much improved MMS1 taste. Using CDH for an animal might even be better than MMS1, just be sure to use 4% HCL instead of 50% citric acid.

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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18 Dec 2014 04:19 #48503 by fourfingerz
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This won't help now - but - we add MMS to our dog's food twice a day as as preventative dosage. This also habituates them to MMS so a reactive dosing isn't as difficult.
We make bone broth (farmer types eh?) I think we could feed them anything in bone broth.

Martin
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18 Dec 2014 11:02 - 18 Dec 2014 12:18 #48506 by BruceNarla
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So how many drops of MMS or CDH would you add into the water bowl?
Does it depend on the amount of water in the bowl or on the size of dogs?
Do you add activated MMS to the water?

Is CDH the same as CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution), or DMSO?

With the bone soup I would assume that the dogs eat/drink it straightaway?
It is activated MMS?

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18 Dec 2014 17:20 #48518 by fourfingerz
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BruceNarla wrote: So how many drops of MMS or CDH would you add into the water bowl?

Personally I wouldn't add to the water bowl while therapeutically dosing an animal - if it takes a big drink it could be too much at once and he'll be sick. Then you have to reduce the dosage and start over.


Does it depend on the amount of water in the bowl or on the size of dogs?


Dosing is by weight 1 activated drop / 25 lbs. No metal bowls - kept out of sunlight


Do you add activated MMS to the water?


Is CDH the same as CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution), or DMSO?


No - start using the "MMSWiki" tab at the top right of the page. there is a glossary in the Wiki : mmswiki.is/index.php?title=Glossary


With the bone soup I would assume that the dogs eat/drink it straightaway?
It is activated MMS?

We use 50 -100 ml of bone broth add the dose (activated). Our dogs devour it in seconds


Martin
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